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On February 1, scientists from the United Kingdom's Francis Crick Institute got the okay to start research on human embryos using a new genome editing technology called CRISPR. Their work, which will mark only the second time CRISPR has been applied ... Mother Jones, 4 days ago
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Human Gene Editing Experiment May Hold Key To Infertility And Genetic Disease Treatments

Francis Crick Institute's new gene editing research on human embryos may solve infertility issues and pave the way for the birth of genetic disease-free babies. Still the controversial CRISPR/Cas9 genome technique has its share of supporters and ...
 Tech Times1 week ago Brits get nod for human gene editing  New Zealand Herald1 week ago
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Francis Crick Institute Gets Approval for New Gene Editing Techniques

It is likely these genes are guiding our early development, but it is unclear exactly what they are doing or what goes wrong in miscarriage . The new Francis Crick Institute building, now being erected next to St Pancras. Embryos will be ...
 Equilibrio Informativo5 days ago New therapy target for allergic asthma  Francis Crick Institute3 weeks ago

UK scientists receive world's first licence to edit genes in human embryos

Scientists at the Francis Crick Institute in London have been given regulatory approval to genetically modify fertilised human embryos. This is the first time in the world that a proper regulatory system—in this case, theHuman Fertilisation and ...
 MyInforms1 week ago

Immunotherapy: Targeting cancer diversit...

Description: At the European Cancer Congress (ECC) 2015, Charles Swanton, FRCP, BSc, PhD, of The Francis Crick Institute and Cancer Research UK London Research Institute, London, UK, explains that anti-tumour immunity has the potential to be ...
 Oncology Tube1 month ago Detailed timelines of cancer development  Oncology Tube2 weeks ago
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Webinar for virologists from national influenza centres

:0012:30 GMT The WHO Collaborating Centre for Reference and Research on Influenza at the Francis Crick Institute (London, United Kingdom) in collaboration with WHO/Europe will organize a webinar for virologists from national influenza centres in ...
 WHO Europe1 month ago Science focuses on London  World Architecture News2 months ago Annual influenza meeting for NIS countries focusses on quality of surveillance data and national influenza bulletins  WHO Europe2 months ago
Francis Crick Institute

Age and immune cell make up may help predict a patient's response to cancer immunotherapy treatment

04 January 2016 Francis Crick Institute scientists have discovered unexpected ways in which age and a particular type of immune cell make-up affect how an individual responds to vaccination, giving us clues as to how we might improve our immune ...
 Francis Crick Institute1 month ago Blocking body's first immune response could reduce cancer spread  Health Canal2 months ago
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Event Review: The Francis Crick Prize Lecture 2015

Gene Regulation and the Epigenome Organised by the Royal Society Royal Society, 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AG Wednesday 2 December 2014 The 2015 Francis Crick Prize winner Professor Rob Klose wants to explain to you ...
 BioNews1 month ago
Francis Crick Institute

Understanding DNA packaging inside cells

Francis Crick Institute scientists have described the mechanism by which DNA enters and exits the protein rings that enable it to be packaged into the tiny nucleus inside each of our cells. Frank Uhlmann of the Crick (currently based at Lincoln's ...
 Francis Crick Institute1 month ago Scientists discover how tumours hijack body's wound healing process  Francis Crick Institute1 month ago How tumours hijack body's wound healing process  Ecancer Medicalscience1 month ago

Immunology Seminar: Prof Gillian Griffiths

Location: The Francis Crick Institute Lincoln's Inn Fields Laboratory Prof Gillian Griffiths from the University of Cambridge will give a seminar at Lincoln's Inn Fields. Title: 'A different view of the Immunological Synapse' Time: 12.00pm ...
 Francis Crick Institute2 months ago
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